Max Bledy
Max Bledy
Max Bledy
Max Bledy
Max Bledy
Max Bledy




Wilsonville (HS) • OR
6-0 • 200LBS • R/R
Travel Team: NW Futures


2022 National

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With noticeably more strength on his frame than this winter, Bledy had a well-rounded performance and improved on every metric that we previously saw 4 months ago. Solid athlete with a strong combination of speed, arm talent and power. Bledy can make an impact on the field in several ways. Defensively showed well at 3B and C. Could potentially find a permanent home at either spot. Feet work easily at the hot corner with solid body control throughout fielding process. At C, throws from a short, high ¾ release with consistent carry on his throws to second. Lowered his best pop time down to a 2.02. Offensively, made a slight adjustment in his set-up that helps him hit for more consistent power and leverage. Back leg is stronger and more upright with a shorter stride to create his forward move. Hands stay right around shoulder height with a subtle stretch back prior to initiating swing. Head stays quiet throughout and he holds balance thru contact. 


Proportional frame at 5-foot-11, 175 pounds with average build.  Sets up in a slightly open stance with weight pre-shifted onto back side. ‘Knee knock’ move with his lower half before taking forward stride. Hands start above shoulder line and get stretched back & down into a better launching position for his swing. Flashed some adjustability with his lower half during BP. Loose, easy swing with gap-to-gap type power. At 3B, uses a wide set-up with a pre-pitch hop. Quick, active feet when making his first move to the ball. Keeps some upright posture in his fielding position and works low to the ball by sinking his hips. Tight arm action with a ¾ release point. At C, presents a sizeable target behind the plate. Hips stay about level with knees as he receives. Glove-side leg consistently starts in a staggered position. Gains ground towards target out of crouch. Lower half creates clean direction. Fluid exchange with continuous movement into ¾ release point.

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